What’s the Average Score on the AP English Literature Exam?

If you’re deciding which AP classes to schedule for your upcoming year, you’re probably wondering which AP courses best prepare you for college and boost your GPA. Perhaps you’re deciding between two AP classes and want to know which is best for your intended major or college choices. Maybe you need a five on the AP exam, so you want to know which is easiest.




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How to Approach AP English Literature Free-Response Questions

As we approach AP exam time, you’ll want to explore how to best prepare yourself for the AP English Literature free-response section of the exam. Free-response makes up 55% of your test score. In this section, you will write three essays regarding prompts from poetry, a selected passage, and a work of literary fiction you select.




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The Ultimate Guide to 2016 AP English Literature FRQs

While preparing for the AP English Literature FRQ, looking at past examples is a great idea. If you want to learn what AP graders like and dislike, you’re in the right place. If you want to learn good strategies to copy and bad mistakes to avoid, you’re in the right place.




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How to Study for AP English Literature and Composition

While all AP courses are challenging, how to study for the AP English Literature and Composition exam is especially hard to determine. Unlike other AP courses, the study of English literature can be a much more personal journey. You also may not have the opportunity to read all of the texts that may be included in the examination materials.




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